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Paul Mooney
Paul Mooney

News correspondent

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Paul Mooney is a news correspondent with the Irish Farmers Journal. He previously worked as farm buildings editor and as agribusiness editor. He farms in Co Kildare and is an Agricultural Science graduate from UCD. Outside of work his personal interests include politics, current and business affairs, literature, anything requiring spanner size 8mm upwards, Gaelic football, hurling.

It looks like beef supply in the second half of the year will be lower than was predicted.
By Paul Mooney on 22 June 2017
Wide range of topics will be covered at event which runs from 11am on Wednesday.
By Paul Mooney on 22 June 2017
Big increase in cattle supply being eaten away by live exports and lower carcase weights.
By Paul Mooney on 22 June 2017
Wild bird cover has grown steadily in area and is now ahead of potatoes and other traditional crops.
By Paul Mooney on 22 June 2017
Targeted compensation has succeeded in cutting rate and speeding up removal of PI animals.
By Paul Mooney on 15 June 2017
Movements through marts and farm to farm were both up last year, reflecting growth in dairy herds.
By Paul Mooney on 15 June 2017
New laws will tackle meat factories and other firms hiding their accounts via offshore limited companies.
By Paul Mooney on 15 June 2017
Shipment of 1,500 head to start quarantine at end of the month and depart in early August.
By Paul Mooney on 15 June 2017
Growth in use of traditional beef sires a result of expansion of dairy herds.
By Paul Mooney on 08 June 2017
The animal welfare group asked the Department to stop the live exports of cattle to non-EU markets.
By Paul Mooney on 08 June 2017
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